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policies have done for women. welcome, daughter. [ romney ] i'mt mitt romney and i approve this message. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is abc 7 breaking news. >> good evening. breaking news tonight. montgomery county. newschopper 7 right now rabe's cvs in gaithersburg. this is where a man walked into a store when a man was shot. he was shot multiple times and was rushed to the hospital. it is not sure where the shooting took place. an investigation is underway. we will keep you posted. we are on storm watch tonight. some late night showers. this is really the start of some wet weather out there. abc 7 senior meteorologist bob
ryan will tell us. >> they were way out in west virginia. they moved to winchester. you folks about manassas now, those storms have been, rather than moving toward the north are moving toward the southeast. they are heading into fairfax county. it is a bit of lightning. nothing severe. from here on in they will continue to move towards length -- springfield alexandra. they are holding together. look at how much rain they produced. added to the woodstock area, about almost 0.5 inches of rain. a fair amount of sunshine. as the storms continue to move toward the east, gradually dissipating, they are still coming through with some low-key -- local, heavy rain. i will join you. this is a sign of more of this
to come, especially tomorrow afternoon. >> we know you will keep us posted. thank you. more breaking news. d.c. police tell us late this evening, they have made three arrests in the high-profile beating of a de say -- d.c. man. t.c. was left for dead a month ago. autria godfrey is live with late breaking details on the suspects. >> these three were taken into custody this morning at the press conference earlier this night. we were told by the police chief at the crime spree the three went on, the night of the attack that led them to make the arrests. we just received information on who these people are. a 21-year-old, an 18 year-old, and another, a juvenile that has not been identified. earlier tonight, we are told the
vicious attack on t.c. that left the 29-year-old in critical condition was not the only one that night. several hours after that assault, about 3:00 in the morning, there was an armed robbery. three suspects in the 1800 block of 18th street. it was a huge part thanks to the public that they were able to bring these robberies to the attack of a married father. one police chief says in all three cases smartphones were targeted. it is terrible to realize a piece of property or a self on would lead to the type of grief and entry that was left on the family. these assaults were not as severe as t.c.'s. he has undergone four brain surgery. his wife said, this senseless act has left a mark on our
lives. the recovery will be long arduous, and uncertain. he has suffered in unthinkable ways as a result of the actions of these men. she expects to release more information tomorrow morning after their arraignment. reporting live, autria godfrey. >> good to see some progress, at least. we are falling breaking news from ocean city, maryland. a major fire broke out in a condominium near the intersection of coastal highway and 37 straight. officials say at least three families have been displaced. it is not clear what caused the fire. we are monitoring tonight from the district where police are searching for a thief. it happened at the intersection of 19th street and l street. a gun went off during the robbery but no one was hit. a man was assaulted by not brutally hard. the attacker -- prettily hurt.
the attacker is on the loose. a family found dead a little more than 204 hours ago. albert peterson shot and killed his wife and their teenage sons before taking his own life. we will have a live report from herndon coming up in a fewr heads. we are monitoring late developments for you from the nfl. executives appear to be close to a deal that would end the lockout that has been keeping game officials off the field and leading to all of these big problems with repletion officials. -- replaced -- replacement officials. >> marathon sessions. reportedly closing in on an agreement. the replacement referees have
been the focus of ridiculed this season. >> the intersection. i have no idea. >> after three weeks of blown calls, fans, players, and coaches are fuming. >> that is not right. >> the leak and the referee union are close to a deal that would end the lockout. >> i am excited to see them get back. >> some say this botched ruling made monday night, allowing seattle to beat green bay on a last-second pass so infuriated the nation -- >> they win in the most bizarre finish you'll ever see. >> the nfl returns to the negotiating table for the greater sense of urgency. >> you can tell the difference. >> the ravens beat the patriots last sunday. it was a last-second field goal some thought went wide.
the coach was fined $25,000 for grabbing an official after debathe game. >> let's make an agreement, take care of the referees, and move 4. >> in a new development, nfl.com have reported that officials have not been rolling out the possibility of regular officials on the thursday game between baltimore and cleveland. live in the newsroom, jay korff. >> we will see what happens. coming up, madonna and her controversial comments about president obama. we will tell you what she is saying. first, a poll.
today seems to be one of the brightest for the obama campaign. a new poll by cbs news, "the new york times", and a university. boaters in three battleground states ohio, pennsylvania, and florida, showed obama ahead between 9% and 12%. both candidates were campaigning in ohio today. president obama accused romney of saying his approach is not credible. he also said romney profited from companies that ship jobs to china. as for the republican challenger, we are joined by dirty jobs host in a rally outside cleveland. he was talking about jobs and manufacturing. president obama may have swag,. but he lacks the ability to fix the u.s. economy.
>> heartbreak in a fairfax family community. a man murdered his wife and two teenage boys before taking his own life. a vigil for the slain family. live in herds and now with the vigil. this was not a memorial. it was to gather for people to come to gather and console each other. >> it was those moments we never forget. birthday parties.
>> now it is like, it will never be the same. >> jazmine says peterson was there. he was her body. -- buddy. >> we watched those kids grow up together. it is heartbreaking. >> when police went inside, they found the bodies, including the teenagers chris and matt. >> we heard recently the petersons are not with us now. >> community came to us to be a community. >> ♪ >> a good way for jazemin to
remember her friend chris. >> the sanctuary holds about 900 people and it was packed. it goes to show you how much this tragic incident has affected this community. >> tragedy indeed. thank you. prince george's police held a committee meeting tonight. this was to update residents on the search for a killer of a popular teenager. 18-year-old marckel ross. police are working to generate leads in the search. also police in montgomery county are searching for a thief who stole a new iphone 5 right from a store. it happened at a verizon wireless store. the thief grabbed the phone from
a display case and ran. he remained on the loose. also new, donna is clarifying her reference to president obama as a black muslim. madonna made the statement monday night. she knows obama is not a muslim. in her words the point i was making is that a good man is a good man no matter who he plays -- praise tys to. we have a weather update. >> cluster showers. sometimes these things maintain themselves, their identity. that is what is happening. nothing severe. it will gradually diminish. tomorrow, we will see it again. what a beautiful sunset before the showers move dan. our temperatures outside right now, there was a touch of humanity. a little cluster has moved through. 75 degrees. on average we do have two days
of thunderstorms. that is what is happening right now. here in washington, i will zoom in. you can see that cluster. this is the last two hours. it is moving along about 40 miles an hour. the lightning will last an hour or so. it is continuing -- beginning to quiet down. missing downtown washington. there is where it is right now. heading out in and toward annandale and on into charles county. i think that is about it. it will continue to diminish but bring some showers and leftover rainshowers still around spots like leesburg. temperatures, 75 degrees. 74 degrees. as we go through tomorrow,
because of the situation in the atmosphere, the ins but the bill -- the instability, they will happen over again. tomorrow morning when you get up and get out, the temperatures into the 60's. then as the weather front begins to settle our way as we get into the afternoon especially, i think there will be afternoon showers and thundershowers more widespread than that little patch we are seeing right now. as we get into fights, cool air really begins to come in on number 2 northwesterly breezes. as we head into the weekend only in the high 60's and low 70's. more showers likely into saturday. tomorrow morning when you get up and head out, it will be partly cloudy. about 65 degrees in town. more general showers and thundershowers tomorrow afternoon. temperatures one more time. i think they will be into the 80's with a southwesterly wind. more general raines and showers
with cool air on friday. temperatures on friday only at a high 60's, low 70's. one of those weekends where much of the time, it will be rain- free. but there will be passing showers also. and cooler on saturday and sunday. >> we will be replacements-ref free? [laughter] >> the question is when. >>i gave it away but we will give you the details of that good news. the nats lit up the plate tonight in philadelphia. i'm barack obama and i approve this message. some of our children's greatest expeperiences have been in the smaller classrooms. vo: but mitt romney says class sizes don't matter... and he supports paul ryayan's budget which couldouut education by 20%.
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most compatible -- competitive divisions in baseball. the nats still have the best record in baseball today. first inning, the offense did the work. jason did work, as well. they go on to win, 8-4. the magic number is 2 win the east. meanwhile, in and let the, braze-marlins. -- braves-marlins. mrs. the pitch, but so does the catcher. 3-0. baltimore, chris davis caps off a six-run fifth inning with a three-run shot to center field way in the bleachers. another home run late in the game. blue jays lose, 12-2.
despite all their defensive woes, the redskins have the highest scoring offense in the nfl. a big coat -- a big part of this excess is rg3. as well as the running back. he rushed for 96 yards. average, 78. he is ready for the competition. >> a lot of people scare people away. we have a tough defense. solid defense. i love a challenge. we will see what happens. >> speaking of running backs, the redskins replaced a player with an injury.
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